Special Needs Students

Series of Webinars from ATIA on Assistive Technology

August 5, 2009

In line with the series we’ve been running on Internet based resources for educators working with students with Special Needs, this week’s mid week update is about a series of webinars from the ATIA (Assistive Technology Industry Association) on Assistive Technologies. I have listed summary information below for the next 3 Educational Webinars being offered by ATIA […]

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Internet resources for educators working with visually impaired students

August 3, 2009

3rd post in a series examining web based resources for educators that work with Special Needs students Just as with my recent posts focused on ADD & ADHD, and Autism and PDD, it is not difficult to find resources focused on this week’s special needs category – Visual Impairments. What I’ve focused on in this posting is finding resources intended […]

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Internet resources for special needs educators (this week, Autism & PDD)

July 27, 2009

Second post in a series on Internet resources for educators that work with special needs students Last week I started this series of posts by researching web based tools and resources for teachers who work with students with ADD & ADHD. This week we continue this series with a look into resources specifically geared towards […]

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5 online communities for educators working with special needs students

July 22, 2009

This week’s mid-week update builds on the series of posts I am currently publishing, focused on Internet resources for educators who work with students with special needs. While each of my main weekly posts in this series will focus on a specific category of special needs, there are various resources on the Internet that are geared towards […]

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Internet resources for educators teaching students with special needs

July 20, 2009

This week I begin a series of posts focused on web based tools and resources for educators who work with students with special needs.  My first challenge is to determine what sorts of categories of “special needs” I will investigate. There seem to be endless groupings and subgroupings of special needs and learning disabilities. After researching and […]

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